Statistics

Subject: Consumer Behavior

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My overall score, which is 42, reflects my attitude towards my subject, my interest in subject and my understanding/inclination regarding my future occupation. The score depicts that my interest in the subject is average, which means that at present, I am not highly ardent about statistics and there are several reasons for that.

One of the reasons is that I consider statistics an important subject, which is applicable and relevant to understand research, but not all-important. I need to study statistics, as it will help me to apply other sciences, by using concepts and models of statistics. In addition, statistics will be used to gather and analyze data or evidence, which is the most relevant and significant part of research, especially quantitative research.

The result, of the study, has not surprised me, as it genuinely reflects my attitude and passion for the subject. However, I also want to make it apparent that to me statistics is an important subject, as it is related to research. In the contemporary world, organizations, whether corporate or non-corporate, use researches to not only asses their own performances, but also to understand and predict markets, national and international. Therefore, my plans, which are associated with corporate realm and corporate organization, are linked strongly to statistics.

This semester and what I have studied, during this current semester, have strongly influenced me. My ideas and plans have refined and now I have clear strategy, regarding my academic and professional career. In addition, now I have developed clear understanding about subjects, which I should be studying during my academic career. 

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